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Sega-16.com (Oct 15, 2009)
In short, like I said before, just because a game is expensive, does not mean it is good. This game is Tetris, but it doesn't feel like Tetris, sound like Tetris, look like Tetris, and even play like Tetris most of the time. Unless you take your Tetris games slow, I would definitely stay away from this version, and get one of the many good ports games on different consoles, especially Tengen Tetris, if you are looking for something classic and good. This version is just a big letdown after the Tengen one.
Sega Does (Nov 04, 2016)
Even if Sega took Tetris off the market for purely legal reasons, their decision to shelve it and find a different puzzle game was the correct one. Not counting the Tetris keychains that were popular in the late 90s, I wasn’t aware that there was a less-than-optimal version of the game. By gar, Mega Drive Tetris is it: clunky, slow, and so, so wrong.